Membership Benefits

The Oxford and Cambridge Society of India is an alumni organisation and the main benefits of membership are to belong to the fellowship and community that the Society provides.

The main objects of the Society include:

  • To bring together and promote fellowship amongst those who are/were connected with the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge with a view to providing unity of action in the common cause of the promotion of education and learning
  • To promote and diffuse useful knowledge and advancement of education and learning
  • To undertake, organise and facilitate conferences, seminars, lectures and research in matters relating to different cultural patterns of international society
  • To arrange meetings, discussions, seminars, exhibitions, displays, concerts, films, sports and other cultural and social get-together programmes
  • To issue appeals and applications or otherwise solicit funds in furtherance of the said objects

However, the Executive Committee of the Society has developed relationships that will soon provide tangible benefits to members in the following forms:

  • Access to special events from external/third-parties that have been carefully selected
  • Careers support – both from the perspective of employers looking for interns as well as for potential employees looking for internships or for mentors